Strong Bones for Midlifers with Shery Zak Morris

Strong Bones for Midlifers with Shery Zak Morris

If you are between the ages of 50 and 75, it's time to get serious about your bone health! In this 4-part Yoga Series, I share 15 minute short (but impactful) practices targeted at the specific places where bone density and bone strength is needed the most. Great for beginners as I demonstrate how all these movements can be done using a Chair for optional support. Short enough to do one every day! Join me and let's get Stronger Bones together!

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Strong Bones for Midlifers with Shery Zak Morris

4 Videos

  • (15-Min) Strong Bones for Midlifers: Arms & Fingers with Sherry Zak Morris

    Getting our arms stronger will benefit us in many ways. We can carry heavier loads, we can catch ourselves without worry of a fracture, and we can have nice toned arms too. This short 15-minute practice will incorporate both upper and lower body movements with an emphasis on strengthening our ar...

  • (15-Min) Strong Bones for Midlifers: Upper Back & Neck with Sherry Zak Morris

    Let's get rid of a slumping posture, forward head carriage and the beginnings of kyphosis (abnormal rounding of the upper back). This short 15 practice will free up space in your upper back and neck and give you more mobility and less tension. I share easy to remember Yoga poses you can do throu...

  • (15-Min) Strong Bones for Midlifers: Spine & Pelvis with Sherry Zak Morris

    Our spine and pelvis create an upside down "T" shape which is our basis of structural and postural support. This short 15-minute practice will put healthy stress on these foundational bones to keep you upright and standing tall. Remember to keep your spine long and spacious throughout this pract...

  • (15-Min) Strong Bones for Midlifers: Hips & Legs with Sherry Zak Morris

    We rely on our strong hips and legs with every step we take, so let's keep them strong and stable! This short 15-minute practice will include balancing and holding poses (because we know they build strength), but also flexibility in the hip joint itself. And of course, I pay lots of attention to ...